Conclusion: Kodak's cute Slice camera features an extra large touch-screen LCD, an intuitive user interface, and good image quality—but if you're willing to spend its $300 price, there are plenty of worthy competitors.
Pros: Big, 3.5-inch touch-screen LCD. Improved user interface. 2GB of embedded storage.
Summary: On first impressions, the Kodak Slice barely looks like a digital camera at all. Just 17mm thin with a tiny lens and one side completely dominated by a 3.5-inch touchscreen, it seems more mobile phone than dedicated snapper. But a camera it is, and at £300 it’s one of the top models in Kodak’s range.